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Welcome to the ICN

Welcome to the ICN

The Iowa Communications Network (ICN) is the country's premier distance learning and state government broadband carrier network. The ICN provides high-speed flexible broadband Internet, data, video conferencing, and voice (phone) services to authorized users, under Code of Iowa, which includes: K-12 schools, higher education, hospitals and clinics, state and federal government, National Guard armories, and libraries.

Broadband Strong: Delivering FLEXIBLE broadband and FAST experiences to meet the growing broadband needs of education, government, public safety, and healthcare in Iowa.

Managed Firewall Service Network Assessment & Penetration Testing Incident Response & Forensic Investigation DDoS Mitigation High Speed Internet

News

Broadband News of Interest - October
Broadband News of Interest - October

Internet articles about education, public safety, healthcare and government in relation to the broadband industry.

Partnership with Iowa HSEMD to Merge 911 Networks
ICN Logo Partnership with Iowa HSEMD to Merge 911 Networks

ICN will partner with Iowa Homeland Security & Emergency Management (HSEMD) to provide a private and secure network for 911 wireline (landline) calls.

Library Staying Digitally Strong with Increased Broadband
A Davenport Public Library staff member helping a library patron learn to download eMagazines to her computer. Library Staying Digitally Strong with Increased Broadband

The Davenport Public Library is staying digitally strong by offering online services and public Wi-Fi for its patrons. A change was recently needed when the library and its users were experiencing slow Internet response times daily between 3 PM - 5:30 PM.

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